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E2 F6 means that your oven temperature sensor has failed as well your electronic control board.
The oven temp sensor, electronic control board and the touchpad must be replaced. Before you decide what to do, check the thermal fuse at the control panel first. If blown, replace it and the temp sensor.
If you are lucky the control board may still be good.
on Aug 19, 2015
When I try to turn on my self clean oven I get a code E1 F5 and wont go on
What I know about this is that the board may be bad. Does the rest of the oven work ok? If you don't want to spend the money on it and it still works, you can clean it manually. Assuming it is not under warranty, you may just have to get a local tech to look at it. Normally, I can tell by the code what the problem is, but I honestly am not sure. Try one last thing and just turn off the oven at the breaker and back on after about 15 seconds and see if it resets itself. This sometimes has worked.
on Dec 21, 2014
Getting error code E6 F2 and panel goes out
HI. This will be the result of a failed touch pad assembly. Use the procedure below to isolated the issue.
1. Once you have gained access to the touch pad assembly, Inspect the keypad connector for firm a connection. The Key pad will be connected to the rear of the man control board. Check the connectors for a firm connection. Move to step two if the connection is secure.
2. Press CANCEL. If the error code returns after 60 seconds, replace your keypad (also called touch pad or membrane switch). Some models may incorporate the keypad and control board as one unit. In this case, replace the entire control board (also called ERC or clock).
on Mar 20, 2013
Bottom oven will not heat up no matter what I tell
The problem is with your element. Most of these can be bought at local hardware stores or appliance part stores.
The easiest way to tell if it is the element is to check the element itself you will need a few tools to do this one of which is a multi meter with continuity.
- Shut off power to the unit this can be accomplished by flipping the breaker or unplugging the unit from the wall.
- Remove the rear panel of the Range (on freestanding ranges), on wall ovens you may be able to remove the screws that hold the burner in place at the back and pull the element and wires forward (Be careful not to let the wires go back in side the wall as you will have to pull the oven out to reconnect the element)
- Remove the wires that are attached to the terminals on the element
- Use your continuity tester and place one lead on each terminal if no continuity the element must be replaced. (If tests good need to test oven switch)
- To replace the element do all of the above and remove the oven racks, unscrew the bracket that holds the element in place at the back inside of the oven, pull the element out and replace with the new one
on Apr 25, 2011
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